Good Monday morning. Lets get right to the goods.
Steve Sipple of the LJS puts out there this morning that this season is starting to feel like the last season of Frank Solich's Nebraska career. Meanwhile, Brian Christopherson says the turnover right before the half was the true killer on Saturday afternoon.
A somewhat common theme on the pieces from the Omaha WH this morning. Sam McKewon talks about how the execution undermined the scheme on Saturday, while Jon Nyatawa talks about how Big Red played physical, but not smart.
Somehow, someway, Nebraska lost and got a BETTER bowl projection this week.
Nebrasketball with a good 83-57 win versus South Carolina State yesterday. Also? RUNZAS.
This is what happens when you beat down Syracuse.
College Gameday is heading to Stillwater this weekend for Oklahoma State/Baylor.
A really disheartening article from the FCS level about a brawl costing a team a postseason berth.
I really don't get the point of it, but USC went to Denver to interview Jack Del Rio a couple of weeks ago for the open Trojans spot.
Could Will Muschamp be fired at Florida? If it's up to assaulting chalkboards, well yes.
Speaking of coaches with backs to the wall, not a good Saturday for Mack Brown.
Today's birthday shoutouts go to David Ortiz, Owen Wilson, Denny Hamlin, and Warren Moon.
Today is National Mickey Mouse Day, as well as William Tell Day.
Nine Inch Nails will get the angst out for all of us this morning. Okay, maybe not, but we can try.
Enjoy your Monday everyone.